Meetings Tagged "Zoning"
SUMMARY FROM THE GALLERY LETTER TO UC REGARDING POLICE VIOLENCE: Approved LETTERS FROM MAYOR AND CITY CLERK TO ALAMEDA COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION: Approved 2133 PARKER STREET – Abate property and declare a nuisance: Staff to prepare findings and remedies to declare property a nuisance and establish density standards in R2A zones. AUDITOR’S REPORT FOR FY2011: Recommendations...Read More
June 14, 2011 Berkeley City Council Special Meeting Southside Plan and Zoning Ordinance SUMMARY FROM THE GALLERY Staff presented proposed Southside Plan which increases housing density near UC Campus and along Telegraph Avenue. The plan transitions residential density including commercial use to residential density without commercial, to multi-family residential, to single family...Read More
June 7, 2011 Berkeley City Council Meeting SUMMARY FROM THE GALLERY SIDEWALK REPAIR AND OWNER LIABILITY: The city approved raising the property owners share for sidewalk replacement from 20% to 50% and also requiring the property owners to share 50% in the liability in the case of any lawsuit resulting from sidewalk defects. Efforts will be made to inform the public prior to the date that the...Read More
SUMMARY FROM THE GALLERY WEST BERKELEY PROJECT: AMENDMENTS TO THE WEST BERKELEY PLAN AND ZONING REQ. Voted and certified the EIR. Voted and approved amending the General Plan. Voted and approved providing parking wavers for spaces <2,500 sq.ft. that were in existence on January 1, 2011 in the MM and MU zones, changing the term “visual art production” to “media production”, and...Read More
SUMMARY FROM THE GALLERY PANORAMIC HILL – DEFINITION OF BEDROOM – ZONING ISSUE Infrastructure on Panoramic Hill must be improved before its population can increase. As such, the Planning Department has expanded the definition of “bedroom” in the Zoning Ordinance in order to more closely monitor and protect against population growth. All council members agreed and also suggested the...Read More
SUMMARY FROM THE GALLERY SEX REASSIGNMENT SURGERY POLICY Held over until February 15 COMMUNITY WORKFORCE AGREEMENT Council approved a Resolution to require all projects in excess of $1M to utilize 30% local labor consisting of Berkely, Green Corridor, and Alameda County residents. ZAB APPEAL FOR SAFEWAY PROJECT ON SHATTUCK Council denied the appeal and approved staff recommendations to support...Read More
Media Items Tagged "Zoning"
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